Author: Claudia Roosen

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Hannah Donnelly joins Information + Cultural Exchange as Producer, First Nations Programs AND is announced as 23rd Biennale of Sydney Curatorium Member.

I.C.E. is delighted to announce that on 24 August, Hannah Donnelly started as Producer, First Nations Programs. Hannah is a Wiradjuri curator, writer and producer interested in Indigenous futures, speculative fiction and responses to climate trauma. Winner of the National Indigenous Story Award in 2018,...

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Information + Cultural Exchange, announces Julie Clarke-Jones (Webb), as a board member and deepens its connections with local First Nations communities.

Since the beginning of 2020, I.C.E. has been strengthening its relationship with First Nations communities. To achieve a deeper engagement with the community, and more meaningful partnership on projects, I.C.E. has moved to address First Nations leadership within its governance structure by appointing Dharug Traditional...

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Refugee Week resources

Refugee Week Official Events Speaking Up, Speaking Out, Speaking With: Advocacy Challenges for Civil Society’s Work with Migrants in Vulnerable Situations Donating to Jesuit Refugee Service Foodbank The Bower, House to Home Donate to The Bower Donate to Settlement Services International Jesuit Refugee Service, COVID Winter Appeal donations Western Sydney MRC, Donate NSW...

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“Once the idea is in your bones you can competently describe your story to anyone” Alana Hicks on the importance of pitching skills.

Alana Hicks is a freelance writer/producer/director working with web-based sketch comedy team The Kvetch Set Sketch Collective, and a contributing writer with I.C.E./Pasifika Film Fest initiative Pacific Noir. In 2019 Alana was a participant in the Greenlight pitching workshops with I.C.E. and Compton School. Here...